Sociological Perspectives

Sociological Perspectives

 

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Sociology 101 Assignment Checklist

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Abstract

 

(Provide the main generalizable statement resulting from the paper briefly)

 

Introduction

 

(Explain what the assignment is about to the reader briefly)

 

Sociological Perspectives

 

Functionalist:

 

Definition: according to Schaefer is “which emphasizes the way in which the parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability”(p.13)

 

Interpretation: (In your own words):

 

Example: (from you experiences, personal/community or professional/work):

 

Strength: (of the perspective):

 

 

Weakness: (of the perspective):

 

Macro or Micro: (which and explain):

 

Sociologist: (What are their contributions to sociology?): (Parsons, 1902-1979); (Durkheim, 1855-1917); Weber, 1864-1921); and (Merton, 1968).

 

 

Conflict:

 

Definition (According to Schaefer):“The conflict perspective assumes that social behavior is the best understood in terms of tension between groups over power or the allocation of resources, including housing, money, acess to services, and political representation.”(P.14)

 

Interpretation (In your own words):      

 

Example (from you experiences, personal/community or professional/work):

 

 

Strength:

 

 

Weakness:

 

Macro or Micro (which and explain):

 

Sociologist (What are their contributions to sociology?): (Marx, 1847-1955) and (DuBios, 1868-1963)

 

Feminist:

 

Definition (According to Schaefer):“The feminst perspective sees inequity in gender as central to all behavior and organization."(P.14)

 

Interpretation (In your own words):

 

Example (from you experiences, personal/community or professional/work):

 

Strength:

 

 

Weakness:

 

Macro or Micro (which and explain):

 

Sociologist (What are their contributions to sociology?): (Wells-Barnett, 1862-1931); (Rodriguez, 1993); and (England, 1999; Komarovsky, 1991; and Tuchman, 1992)

 

Interactionist:

 

Definition (According to Schaefer):”who take the interactionist perspective generalize about everyday forms of social interaction in order to explain society as a whole.”(P.15)

 

Interpretation (In your own words):

 

Example (from you experiences, personal/community or professional/work):

 

Strength:

 

Weakness:

 

Macro or Micro (which and explain):

 

Sociologist (What are their contributions to sociology?):  (Mead, 1863-1931); (Cooley, 1902); (Goffman, 1922-1982).

 

Summary

 

(Provide the summary of what you found out)

 

 

Conclusion

 

(How has what you found out influenced your sociological thinking?)

 

Reference

 

(Resources you used to developed the document)

 

 

 

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